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The First 100 Days of the MS4 Permit - Your Task List

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Connecticut's new MS4 permit becomes effective on July 1. You have completed your new Stormwater Management Plan and successfully completed your registration form, but now what? Where do you start? This webinar will highlight what you should begin working in the first year of the new permit and provide tools, examples, and approaches to help.

Running Time: 01:07:41


Presenters:

David Dickson, National Programs Coordinator, UConn CLEAR
david.dickson@uconn.edu

Dave's Bio

David DicksonDave Dickson is the coordinator of the National NEMO Network. As coordinator, he works with each of the NEMO Network programs nationwide and strives to facilitate the open exchange of resources, expertise, educational materials and war stories between the programs. He also assists non-member states seeking to start a NEMO program and join the Network. In addition, he helps to coordinate and deliver trainings in simple web-mapping technologies. Dave has both a J.D. and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Colorado, where he served as a notes and comments editor of the Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy. Dave is also a UCONN alum, with a BA in Anthropology and Political Science. He is also a wannabe techno-geek.

Amanda Ryan, Municipal Stormwater Educator, UConn CLEAR
amanda.ryan@uconn.edu

Amanda's Bio

Amanda RyanAmanda Ryan is a Municipal Stormwater Educator primarily responsible for statewide outreach and education to communities and institutions regulated by the state Municipal Separate Stormwater Sewer Systems (MS4) general permit.

Amanda has experience in regional planning, municipal conservation, and served two tours as an active duty Coast Guard officer. Amanda is a graduate of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy with a B.S. in Marine and Environmental Sciences. She received a Masters of Environmental Science and Management from the University of Rhode Island.